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Old 01-06-2014, 11:28 PM   #16
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Old 01-06-2014, 11:49 PM   #17
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I'll take that plate of cracklings,a salt shaker and a loaf of rye bread.
That's a great idea. You grab the salt shaker and loaf of rye bread and go that direction and wait for me.
I'll take the plate of cracklins and meet you,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,soon as I finish eating those cracklins baked in a pan of corn bread.
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Old 01-07-2014, 02:00 AM   #18
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Old 01-07-2014, 02:16 AM   #19
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I think I just gained a couple of pounds looking at that post, but I better go look at it again to make sure I didn't miss anything.
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Old 01-07-2014, 05:02 AM   #20
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Yep, you need to take a break. After you make a cake of cornbread with those cracklins in it, then have a bowl of cornbread and milk. That's what I'm talkin bout!!!
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Old 01-07-2014, 05:40 AM   #21
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Fantastic! - Canned pork makes great tacos.
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Old 01-07-2014, 05:51 AM   #22
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Yep, you need to take a break. After you make a cake of cornbread with those cracklins in it, then have a bowl of cornbread and milk. That's what I'm talkin bout!!!

My 82 year old mother eats cornbread in milk several times per month. Boy was that a flashback. Thanks.

Those jars of meat reminds me of the first time I went elk hunting. We took five cans of spam, 12 cans of smoked oysters (removed and placed in a jar of olive oil) two loaves of bread. Two guys, ten days in blizzard conditions and ten gallons of water. And Jack Daniels in case one of us caught a cold :-))

If it were to break out in a man made or nature made disaster you could live a long time on one of those jars. Pretty smart.
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Old 01-07-2014, 07:09 AM   #23
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Way fine! Those cracklins are the bomb. Never thought to invert the jars tho, totally makes sense. Will be doing
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Old 01-07-2014, 07:35 AM   #24
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That looks awesome Jeanie! Great photos! What kinda of camera do you use to get such great photos?

I didn't even know you could can pork! Learn something new all the time! What will you do with the canned pork? Is it like for stock or something? Sorry if that's a dumb question. This city boy has no knowledge of such things...
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wow...busy day, and nice lookin' grub to show for it!
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Like you said, Maybe not the healthiest, BUT, that sure is the tastiest post I've seen
in a long time.

You and Tonybel, I tell ya, You both make some beautiful posts.
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Wow, I really like the potato idea! I just received an awesome set of cast iron and that looks like a great way to break one in. Do you mind sharing how you made them?
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Old 01-07-2014, 09:42 AM   #28
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It's heallth food for the soul!

Really amazing work Jeanie, and I like that bacon jalapeno rub too - great stuff!

A most outstanding post Jeanie!
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Old 01-07-2014, 10:23 AM   #29
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Thank you Mytmouz, Bob and Phu!


Sliding Billy, I could have eaten that whole batch of cracklins in one sitting. Had to hide them. Thanks!!

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Fantastic! - Canned pork makes great tacos.
Love those too Smoke Dawg! Glad to hear I'm not the only one. Thanks!!

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My 82 year old mother eats cornbread in milk several times per month. Boy was that a flashback. Thanks.

Those jars of meat reminds me of the first time I went elk hunting. We took five cans of spam, 12 cans of smoked oysters (removed and placed in a jar of olive oil) two loaves of bread. Two guys, ten days in blizzard conditions and ten gallons of water. And Jack Daniels in case one of us caught a cold :-))

If it were to break out in a man made or nature made disaster you could live a long time on one of those jars. Pretty smart.
Adam that sounds like a great trip!
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Way fine! Those cracklins are the bomb. Never thought to invert the jars tho, totally makes sense. Will be doing
Thank you Blue! The inverted way works good. When I can pork or lard I wipe the rim of the jar with white vinegar first. Sometimes pork fat can cause a problem with the seal and the vinegar helps get rid of it. Good luck to ya and thanks again! :)

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Yep, you need to take a break. After you make a cake of cornbread with those cracklins in it, then have a bowl of cornbread and milk. That's what I'm talkin bout!!!
Garrett that's what I had in mind when making these cracklins. With cornbread and milk, it's a whole meal! Thanks!

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That looks awesome Jeanie! Great photos! What kinda of camera do you use to get such great photos?

I didn't even know you could can pork! Learn something new all the time! What will you do with the canned pork? Is it like for stock or something? Sorry if that's a dumb question. This city boy has no knowledge of such things...
Thank you SmokeFan! I use a Kodak Easy Share. Had my first one for several years and it finally gave out. Just bought this used one off Amazon for $30. I'm really happy with it, it's a point and click camera.

I use the canned pork for casseroles, tacos, tamales, in gravy over noodles or rice. In sandwiches...hmmm I know there's more. lol It's handy to have on the shelf and frees up freezer space. Thanks again !!
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Old 01-07-2014, 10:30 AM   #30
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Nice work! I've not made cracklings or lard for a while. The last batch I used the skin from some homemade bacon, now that was special

Anyone know how long vac packed crackling will keep?
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